Happy first anniversary to Carl and Mariane. 🎉 A covid baby is on the way, so excited for you both! 💚 Their advice to couples “Don’t waste money on a fancy wedding and buy a house instead. That’s what we did and don’t regret it a bit” 🏘
A wedding in the waves at Bondi Beach, Sydney – fun for all the family. Nikki, Robbert (and family) were married by their marriage celebrant, Gary, in the sands at Bondi Beach. A simple ceremony can be easy and fun (whilst also offering some great photo opportunities. You can choose to get married on the sand or even get your feet wet – leterally a wedding in the waves like the couple above. Or maybe you are looking to wear something a bit more formal to your wedding ceremony? Not a problem. We can hold your ceremony above Bondi Beach, while still capturing the iconic views of one of the worlds most famous beaches.
Gone are the days of a standard wedding attire. With changes to the way couples get married ( In 1974 80% of couples got married in a religious venue, such as a church – today, 80% get married outside of a religious venue) there are changes to the expectations of what couples and their guests wear to a wedding. The problem with this is there is no longer a ‘wedding uniform” as such. Each wedding is different and now more reflective of the couple getting married and the venue where they are getting married. Some choose the very simple, reflective of their lifestyle. While others choose nothing at all … Some dress to suit their locations Some couples dress to reflect their own traditions. or maybe their personality! Something a little traditional or maybe contemporary I guess at the end of the day what you wear to your own wedding is completely up to you – it should be a reflection of the two. As a guest, I guess the best advice on what to wear to a wedding is to check with the couple getting married. Then ENJOY!